Eat Dinner in an Igloo This January
Want to have a romantic night out that's really going to stand out? Enjoy a rooftop igloo dining experience this January at 8UP and have an unforgettable night.
Up on the Rooftop
Dine inside an igloo on a rooftop this January and enjoy a unique ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 14, 2021 in Louisville Events
Visit an Art Gallery This January
Kentucky is famous for bourbon and Louisville is famous for horse racing, baseball bats and the great Muhammad Ali. But you may not know that Louisville also has an amazing art community. There are lots of artists living in Louisville and a lot of ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 9, 2021 in Louisville Events
Look at Historic Homes in Russell This December
In the early 1800s, you could find some of the city's most fashionable, sought-after homes in west Louisville. Neighborhoods like Russell were full of mansions and pretty homes. It was the most fashionable part of the entire city. You can still see ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 30, 2020 in Louisville Events
Sip Hot Chocolate and Go Walking This December
Having trouble getting into the Christmas spirit this year? Head to Old Louisville to see some beautiful homes and lovely decorations. There are several places you can stop here to get a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy the crisp December weather while ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 23, 2020 in Louisville Events
Enjoy Dinner and a Show This December
TV shows, books and movies are full of murder mysteries. There's always a crime to be solved, a list of suspects to consider, clues to put together. It's always entertaining to watch or read one of those stories. But what if you could be in the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 22, 2020 in Louisville Events
Have a Holiday at the Big Bat This December
Louisville is famous for the Kentucky Derby, bourbon and Muhammad Ali. But don't forget that Louisville has another huge claim to fame, the best baseball bats in the world. The bats used by all the professional players are made in Louisville, ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 21, 2020 in Louisville Events
Teach the Kids About Holiday Plants December 13
All children aged 5 to 12 and the grown-ups who belong to them are invited to learn more about plants and have fun with nature this December. Take the kids to the Graeser Family Education Center and find out more about holiday plants.
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 5, 2020 in Louisville Events
Walk Around in Glimmering Gardens December 5
Walking outside is still a safe activity. And this December, you can do it at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens, a garden that’s all lit up with twinkling, glimmering lights. Not bad, right?
Take a self-guided walking ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on December 3, 2020 in Louisville Events
Browse at the Street Market November 28
Going to the mall or a large department store is dangerous during a pandemic, but you still want to shop. So this November, go to the Logan Street Market. This is a cool outdoor market that's full of stuff to see and do. Spend some time exploring ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 23, 2020 in Louisville Events
Run Like a Hungry Turkey November 26
One good way to ward off a virus is to have a strong, healthy body. So this November, participate in the Louisville Hungry Turkey 5K. You’ll be on Louisville’s beautiful waterfront and you'll be out of the house in the lovely fall ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 21, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take a Friendsgiving Cruise November 21
Celebrate fall a little differently this year. You can still have the big holiday dinner if you want, but you can also enjoy the fun-filled Friendsgiving Cruise on a historic riverboat. Nibble on appetizers, drink and dance for Thanksgiving. Because ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 19, 2020 in Louisville Events
See Historic Parkland This November
The present is pretty stressful, huh? The future is looking sort of gray, as it doesn’t seem that COVID-19 is going away anytime soon. So this November, take a break from all that and spend some time with the past in Parkland. This is a great ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 11, 2020 in Louisville Events
Go Vote November 3
So, you might have heard that there's an election coming up this November. Because of Coronavirus, voting is different this year. Early voting has already been open since October, but you can still get out and vote on Election Day itself. And this ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 1, 2020 in Louisville Events
Be Terrified This October
October is supposed to be about getting scared, right? There is plenty of stuff to scare you out in the real world these days, but that kind of horror can be a little too real sometimes. This October, enjoy one of the highlights of the season and go ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 30, 2020 in Louisville Events
See the Andy Warhol Exhibit This October
One of the world’s most famous artists has come to the Speed Museum. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the works of Andy Warhol this October. The Speed is full of long corridors and wide display areas where you can stay distanced from ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 26, 2020 in Louisville Events
Tour Louisville Craft Brewers This October
Craft beer has absolutely swept the nation. Everyone’s drinking specialty beers now and the trend is everywhere, even right here in Louisville. Get a taste of what local craft brewers are coming up with in the state where bourbon was born. Go ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 23, 2020 in Louisville Events
Solve a Murder Mystery October 31
Have you ever wanted to play the role of a great detective like Sherlock Holmes or Inspector Poirot? This Halloween, you can! Solve a murder mystery on the creepiest night of the year at the interactive Dinner Detective Show. You may just be the one ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 20, 2020 in Louisville Events
Sip Your Way Through Louisville Beer Week October 24 - 30
Celebrate beer and local brewing this October with Louisville Beer Week. The whole week will be full of fun competitions, themed nights and special events. And the whole purpose of the week is to celebrate and taste local breweries that make beer ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 18, 2020 in Louisville Events
Celebrate Books October 23
Before the internet, there were books. Since the first words were put on the first piece of paper, books have been a source of knowledge, entertainment, tears and laughter. And sure, books have changed a lot over the years. Heck, now they’re ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 16, 2020 in Louisville Events
Take Your Own Distillery Tour This October
Kentucky is famous for its bourbon distilleries, but there are many distilleries all over Louisville making spirits. This October, get in your vehicle and take your own self-guided tour of the distilleries in the Shively neighborhood. This community ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 15, 2020 in Louisville Events